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prime ministar Milanovic April 15, 2014.
Prime ministar Zoran Milanovic meets with representatives of the Croatian Employers' Association (HUP) to discuss economic situation.

ZAGREB: Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic met with representatives of the Croatian Employers' Association (HUP) on Tuesday to discuss the economic situation in Croatia and abroad as well as possibilities of speeding up the country's economic recovery.

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Prime minister Zoran MilanovicMarch 16,2014
VISIT AUSTRALIA
Croatian Prime Minister Milanovic promises good conditions for investors
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The visiting Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic on Sunday said in his address to New Zealand inhabitants of Croatian descent in Wellington that he did not arrive there to raise their money or muster their votes but that the purpose of his visit was to create conditions for investors. (more)

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April 22, 2014.
Tourism Minister Lorencin says Croatia got better prepared for Russian tourists.
ZAGREB: Croatian Tourism Minister Darko Lorencin has revealed that Croatia is better prepared to host Russian tourists in 2014, compared to last year when a visa regime saw a decrease of 60 percent of visitors from that country. "We have significantly cut the visa issuing procedure and hope that will help to bring more tourists from Russia," Darko Lorencin told RTL television. He added that visas for Russians will be issued for a 6 month period. Also, for those Russian tourists who have visited Croatia last year, visas will this time be issued for a period of a year or two, the minister has said. (Croatiantimes/HIC)
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April 22, 2014.
During the Easter holiday 14000 tourists in Dubrovnik
Some 14,000 tourists on cruising ships have visited the southern Croatian town of Dubrovnik during Easter holidays. There are also around 6,000 foreign tourists presently in Dubrovnik. They mostly come from UK, France and United States. (Croatiantimes/HIC)
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Nenad BachApril,22,2014.
"Everything is Forever" wins int’l filmfest top awards.

Last week, TFA Community Blogs featured Croatian-American composer-singer-writer Nenad Bach and his connection with the Filipino Australian community through his music which he lent to support charity drives for victims of super typhoons in the Philippines.

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Željko Rajner i David JoyceFebruary 28, 2014

Deputy Speaker of the Croatian Parliament visits Washington for President's Prayer Breakfast, Meets with Croatian Caucus Co-Chairs in the US Congress.

WASHINGTON:Dr. Zeljko Reiner, Sabor Vice President and a top HDZ party leader, met new Co-Chair of the Congressional Croatian Caucus, Rep. David Joyce (R-OH), while visiting Washington for President Barack Obama's annual prayer breakfast.
The meeting with Caucus Co-Chair Joyce also included Croatian Ambassador Josko Paro and Joe Foley, Public Affairs Director to the National Federation of Croatian Americans.  The NFCA was a co-sponsor of Dr. Reiner's February visit and assisted the Deputy Speaker while in our nation's capital.



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Bosnia and Herzegovina news


February 10,2014.
UNREST IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

OSCE PA President calls for calm in Bosnia and Herzegovina, urges renewed push for reform.
OSCE
COPENHAGEN: OSCE Parliamentary Assembly President and President of the Montenegrin Parliament Ranko Krivokapic today called for calm after several days of unrest in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and urged the government to renew its efforts to tackle unemployment and corruption. (more)

 

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February 10,2014.
Commentary: by Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh and Dr. David Leffler
UNREST IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Proven Strategy to Prevent Turmoil in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the 1990's, Bosnia and Herzegovina suffered severe violence and conflict. Tensions have risen again. The political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovinais extremely dangerous. Protesters smashed windows, attacked the presidencial building, and set ablaze section of a government building in Sarajevo. Demonstrations have spread to 20 towns and cities. If tensions continue rising, their resulting turmoil might further escalate into war yet again.(more)

World's News


March 18, 2014.
Russia Eyes Crimea’s Oil and Gas Reserves.
According to Reuters , Crimea may nationalize oil and gas assets within its borders belonging to Ukraine, and sell them off to Russia. Crimea’s Deputy Prime Minister hinted at the possibility that it would take control of Chornomorneftegaz, a Ukrainian state-owned enterprise, and then “privatize” it by selling it to Gazprom. “After nationalisation of the company we would openly take a decision - if a large investor, like Gazprom or others emerges - to carry out (privatisation),” Deputy Prime Minister Rustam Temirgaliev said. (more)

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March 18, 2014.
Early parliamentary elections in Serbia offered voters a genuine choice and respected fundamental freedoms, say international observers
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OSCE
BELGRADE, 17 March 2014 – The 16 March 2014 early parliamentary elections offered voters a genuine choice, were conducted on a sound legal basis, and fundamental freedoms were respected throughout the campaign, international election observers said in a statement issued today. The observers also highlighted the need for some further legal reform and increased media pluralism. (more)

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March 7,2014.
EPP Elections Congress Dublin: highlights of final day
DUBLIN:The European People's Party (EPP) today held the second and final day of the 2014 Elections Congress in Dublin. Nearly 3,000 delegates, guests and journalists took part over the course of the two-day event. (more)
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Council EuropeJanuary 30,2014.

COUNCIL EUROPE
Ukraine: both sides must take ‘concrete steps’ to solve the crisis


The Ukrainian authorities should enter into “open, honest and effective negotiations with the opposition” and promptly seek a wide consensus on the geopolitical alignment and further democratic development, as well as the constitutional order, of the country, the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) said today at the end of an urgent debate. (more)

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